Monday, July 20

Remember This Quilt...

Remember this quilt...and all the discussion we had about it!....
Too much white fabric showing..what to do, what to do!
I had a dental appointment this morning, came home feeling numb, not knowing what to do with myself, pulled this quilt out of the cupboard and had a play with it.....it's been hanging around for far too long, I really want this finished now
I saw this new idea in a magazine and thought I might go with this. The blocks look a bit big here, but it's just the angle the photo is taken...I think this could work!
I'll do a few more blocks and then see if I still like it.
Off to guild tomorrow, we are having a Member's Bazaar Market day, where we can sell off some of our unwanted fabrics, made up items, books etc..should be fun, I have a few things that I would like to pass on to someone who might like them and make better use of them..
Take care and have a great day....♥

26 comments:

  1. Yes I remember the quilt. Can't wait to see what you are going to do with it? Have fun at the guild meeting and the Member's Bazaar sounds like fun. Enjoy Julia - Hugs Natima

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  2. I remember it too. I like the new blocks. They look very promising.

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  3. HI Julia this is very very nice.. i love you sewing..
    HUgs
    DENI

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  4. I really like the flower blocks bordering the quilt!!

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  5. Julia, I remember this quilt...the flower block border looks nice....waiting to see your fnished quilt

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  6. That looks good Julia, I remember version one had a bit too much white, this is lovely.

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  7. Oh yes, That does look so much better. Looks very effective with the continuation of all the lovely colours and fabrics.

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  8. I love these blocks - very nice. Can't wait to hear about your Guild day.

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  10. I love this quilt I really like how you have the flowers on the border that way. Absolutely wonderful!

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  11. I love the flower blocks. The quilt looks good without them too.

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  12. Brilliant!! Julia I love it :o)!!!
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  13. What a great idea! Lots of work but simply stunning!

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  14. Fabulous choice...this quilt is going to be a real beauty!

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  15. I LOVE the way the new blocks look! What a great idea! :0)

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  16. Oh Julia, that is perfect!

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  17. I sure do remember that one and was wondering what became of it!
    I love what you are planning with it right now. Everything looks like it's flowing together nicely!
    Have a great day!

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  18. I say it is a very good choice of what to do.

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  19. I think you've solved your problem. Amazing what happens when we put something away to "percolate."

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  20. You are a Good Girl! Back to it and it'slooking good!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  21. The blocks look lovely! Have fun with it!
    Micki

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  22. I absolutely love this setting, Julia! I hope it works out for you. Yes, yes, upon further and further stares - I think it's perfect.

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  23. I love what you did to the bottom!!!! Very beautiful! Can't wait to see it all finished up! Good work!

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  24. Julia the flower blocks are just lovely....

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